|From:||Penrhyn Road (TQ179684)|
|To:||Portsmouth Road (TQ176685)|
|Length:||0.2 miles (0.3 km)|
|Old route now:||A240|
|Route outline (key)|
The B3365 is a short link road running along part of Surbiton Road in Kingston-upon-Thames.
The road starts where the A240 turns from Surbiton Road onto Penrhyn Road. The B3365 continues along the remainder of Surbiton Road, a traffic-calmed residential road. The road is more-or-less straight and soon ends at a T-junction on the bank of the Thames on the A307 Portsmouth Road.
All of the above was numbered A240 in 1922 and the B3365 did not exist. That road was first classified in the late 1920s to run along Penrhyn Road between the A3063 Eden Street and the A240 Surbiton Road.
In more recent years the A240 and B3365 have swapped routes.